Job Posting Description, Bright Beginnings/Kaleidoscope Staff Members
Contact Information
Human Resources Department
215 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (4th Floor)
South Bend, IN 46601
574-393-6000
staffing@sbcsc.k12.in.us
 
Job Locations
To Be Determined
 
Application Open: 11/01/2017, Filing Deadline: (none)
 
Available Jobs
 Job # Description
566 Bright Beginnings/Kaleidoscope Staff Member 1


Position Title: Bright Beginnings and/or Kaleidoscope Aide/Staff Member

Salary Range: Varies based on experience (minimum $11 per hour)

AM Hours 6:00-8:00 AM daily Bright Beginnings
PM Hours 2:30-6 PM daily Kaleidoscope *hours may vary based on student needs

Contract Length: Every school day throughout the school year as required and trainings as requested.
Immediate Supervisor: Kaleidoscope/Bright Beginnings Site Coordinator and Program Director

Position Summary:
Works to ensure a safe and respectful site for all parents and children. Helps create a nurturing place to facilitate social and academic growth and development. Attend trainings and certifications as directed. Help Site Coordinator maintain order and personal conduct that is above reproach with appropriate content, volume and tone used with both children and adults. Exhibit intentional interactions that are for the safety of all. Ability to follow directions, take initiative and work well with both children and adults. Any and all staff members may be asked to work at different sites to help cover illness or vacation. The ability to travel to different sites is necessary.

Duties:
Responsible for arriving on time and functioning as part of a team. Must be able and committed to helping children grow and develop. Supervision and guidance of homework, friendly and professional communication with parents, students and coworkers is imperative to the success of the employee. Other duties as assigned by Site Coordinator or Director.

Qualifications:
Minimum of High School Diploma with successful childcare experience required. Staff should show a willingness to learn and apply new skills and knowledge. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a team of professionals, problem-solve issues, and a true love of children are necessary. Ability to stand and move among stations at the site, lift and carry 25 lbs, walk students to various places in the building as supervisor and perform other physical duties are necessary.

Applications are consider first for those able to work both AM and PM shifts or offer skills needed for extended skills and teaching.
 
Works in standard office and school building environments. Must be able to work regularly scheduled hours, as school is scheduled. Must be able to handles stress.

 
 
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